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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 March 1939

fOTSDAY, 14, 1980 TTO DENISON PRE85 PAGE fBKPB Hem's the time i<r BUILD. REMODEL ^REPAIR - 1 Selection Of Lot Important In Building Architects have for many yearn emphasized the importance of se- lecting the location before any plana for buildiri/ ate made. They point out the necessity for adapt- ing the house to the contours of the land, the advisability of build- ing a house in the same price •range as that of neighboring homes, and the necessity for se- lecting a harmonizing architectur- al type. Selection for Siniall Home More recently attention has ■been directed to the selection of sites for smaller homes. Consid- eration of the fact that land is the first item of cost and environ- ment the final source of value in determining the wcirth of a home make tjhorough. investiga- tion of a community important as an investment safeguard. It is, therefore, essential that the lot be suitably locnted, im,proved and restricted. Consider Modern Convenience* While an attractive homesite...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 14 March 1939

FOOT THE DBNBpft PRHS8 TfrBSDAY, 4U3WS 14, 1W& _ SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society Nawa to Phona 100 P1«*a* •f Dance and Music Magazines Studied By Junior Club Magazines featuring the mod- ern dance, music and stage were discussed last night at the regular meeting of the Junior Alpha Del- phian club in the home of Miss E.ayne Meador, 615 W. Gandy, with Miss Frances Freels, acting as program chairman for the eve- ning. 'Miss Freels introduced Miss Mary Tburinan, Miss Nann C. Campbell and Miss Rose Mane Riddle, who talked about the American Dancer, a magazine for professional dancers; The Stage, which contains reviews and criti- cisms of current plays and, Mod ern Tempo, n comparatively new magazine devoted to the theatre arts. In a business session presided mer by Miss Evelyn Wallace, president of the organization, it was voted to invite the recently ■organized County Federation of; Women's cl'ub to meet in Denison April 7. An imitation was received fro | the Senior Alpha Delphi c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 March 1939

• I « | •", WEATHJER [ DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and colder today; warmer Thursday THE DENISON PRESS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month il EMBER O F THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WED., MARCH. 15th 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. B—NO. 214 Hitler Leaves Berlin To Share in Czech "Triumph" HUNGARY SENDS AN ULTIMATUM BUDAPEST, March 15 (UP)— garian foreign minister, said in the Hungary sent an ultimatum' to the_ new Carpatho-Ukranian state to- day demanding that Atagustine Vo- loshin, its permier, surrender his authority by 8 p. m. Count Stephen Csaky, the Hun- note that the surrender was neces- sary to avoid bloodshed. 'As the ultimatum was sent it was reported in private but reli- able quarters that Hungarian troops had entered Chust, the Cai-- patho-Ukrainian capital, Everyday DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON § The Sunday Mirror this week reprints the pictures of every pope since 42 (A. D.. Of the 261 predecessors to Pius XII, only 81 different names were used. The name Pius ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 March 1939

**rvmn1 T < Sf ill 3® 1 DENISON PRESS ErtabliriMd fat 19S0 Telephone No. #00 Office of Publicmtkm 607 West Main <i7wio^j|^*atL> Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and reaponsive government j to individual and civic integr.ty; to individual and •Me commercial progreaa. Acceptance for mailing as second-class matter Authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. ~~ SUBSCRIPTION RATES On* Week i'"* One Month "c Three Months (In advance) -.90c Six Months (in advance) jl-Jjj One Year (in advance) $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Si* Months by Mail (in advance) — One Year by Ma.l (in advance) $1.25 $2.00 OHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. will be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS must be receiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 March 1939

fcr- t19> ) DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DUI.CE MURRAY March 15, 1877 A stranger was robbed of twen- ty dollars as he got off the train which cdme in from the south last niftht. £le had occasion to take out and open his pocketibook. As he did so a young man he had noticed on the train stepped up and grabbing out the money, ran under the car and made his es- cape. This is the way it was done in 1876: 1. The people vote for elect- ors. 2. The judges of the elec- tion count the votes. 3. The re- « turning boards overturn the votes. A 4. Three hunderd and sixty-nine 'electors vote for two of men, and sent the votes to congress. 5. Congress choses fourteen men to count the vote. 6. Four of these fourteen select the fifteenth man. 7. The fifteenth man holds an election of his own, and selects n president. This is the new Ameri- can way. We have not received a copy of the Dallas Daily Commercial for about a week and are begin- ning to think the News has been cut off the exchange list, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 15 March 1939

yyp* _ THE DUMBO* PWDB8 ' ____!_ * • •• ~ SOCIETY NOTES Phona Your Society N«w« to Phon* >00 WSD., MARCH. ;15^1989 BROOKS-MANOR MARRIAGE SERVICE READ IN DURANT SATURDAY NIGHT ALPHA DELPHIANS DISCUSS ART AND ARE ENTERTAINED WITH TEA Miss Dorothy Cox, art instruc-1 green shamrocks, and holding tiny tor at Cen.trai Ward, was two St. Patrick's favors was served to guest speaker at the regular meet-j the members, and the following irnj of the Alpha Delphi club,! guests, 'Miss Mamie Bunch of Tuesday afternoon in the home i California, who is visiting her sis- tlf Mrs. Frank Houghton, 927 W ter, Mrs. J. T. Suggs, and Mrs. Candy. The subject of the study was Art, and roll call was an- swered with hobbies. 'Mrs. S. E. Brister, Delphian president presided over the meet- ing, and heard reports from stani- ir.g o::mmittee3 inc'Judin? those of Mrs. A. Patterson, federation ■chairman; Mi's. R. E. Hutchison, Garden Club chairman; Mrs. Houghton, hospitality chairman and Mrs. Byrcin Ti'.ton, libr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 March 1939

Vy ,f, . WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer today and Friday THE 'DENISON PRESS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, Mar. 16, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED AILY 1934 VOL. 4—NO. 215 Hitler, Behind Heavy Protection, Surveys Scene FOUR LEAVE TO ATTEND HEARINGS Four left today for Texarkana, *irkansas, to attend one of three state meetings conducted by U. S. army engineers of areas affected Everyday DENISON By LOUIS'" ANDERSON Politics: the district clerk race in Grayson county is getting down to a race these days, but >j;ith few actively campaigning to date. Al- ready there are at least 25 in the race, with a Denison man filing yesterday. to make it one more . . . Locals, who should know, report the reason the mayor and commis- sioner's races in Denison have been quiet is because of the dist. chase. To date there hasn't 'been a muilnur of anyone getting ready- to enter the local races, although some might pop up at any moment ......

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 March 1939

mgfim DENISON PRESS Established fat 19S0 Telephone No. SOO Office of Publication 607 West Main TBI UBWIBOBi FWHIB "y" 1AP I I Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic integrity; to individual and slvic commercial progress. f Acceptance for mailing as second-class matte, authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Press will be giver advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week ■ —- One Month Three Months (In advance) ——_ Six Months (in advance) — — One Year (in advance) (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in euvance) One Year by Ma.l (in advance) — 10f 35c 90c $1.75 ' $3.50 | $1.26 $2.0(. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons- having telephone listed 1.1 tbeir own name and up on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. I*1 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insert.on. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. wi be published the same 0ay. CANCELLATIONS must tie re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 March 1939

THURSDAY, War. 16, 10S9 THE DENISON PRESS DEN1S0N 62-50-35 § YEARS AGO By OULCE MURRAY • - 9 March 16, 1877 Yesterday about 11 o'clock, John Campbell of Connecticut, who is an enterprising dealer in blood- ed stock, while in the discharge of some duties in connection with the stock, fell from the train to the ground, dis'ocatinor his right shoulder and severely bruising his body. He was immediately taken to the laboratory of Dr. T. N. Cutler & Son, where the disloca- ton was reduced antj the neces- sary remedies administered. As we half expected, the Dallas Commercial was only delayed en- transit, it having foiade its appear- {y ance again, yesterday, after a week's absence; but the back num- bers are still hunting their desti- nation, we suppose. Texas is bless- ed with splendid mail arrange- ments. Yesterday evening the train be- longing to John Hoerr ran away, causing some damage and a great! deal of excitement. The team started with an empty wagon on Main street between Aust...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 16 March 1939

fan*" WW THtTRSf)AY, Mar.. 18, 1 89 SOCIETY NOTES flMn« Your Society N«w to itkon* 100 PImm Fred Post r. Wilson Of American Legion Has Birthday Parly TEA AND WEDDING RING EXHIBIT IS OUTSTANDING EVENT OF WEEK I From the standpoint of beauty' Gl'ciySOn B.T.U. and unusu.u interest, the aftoi- unusufu noon tea giveni by Circ.e 3 of the Wttples Memorial Methodist j church. Wednesday afternoon; was one of the outstanding events j of the season. The W. L. Peterson home wfcero the tea was held, was a bower of spring flowers. Hundreds of sold- t.n jonquils were used throughout the entertaining rooms, and the dining table held a beautiful ar- rangement of yellow snapdragons and blue iris, in a crystal bowl. I. white maderia and lace cloth cow- ered the table which was further complimented with thin white tf.pers in crystal candelabra. On the buffet was a (Steuben glass bowl of jonquils and ferns and burning white tapers in Steu- ben holders. Receiving Line Receiving with Mrs. Peterson were Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 March 1939

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY > Fair today and Saturday THE PRESS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 216 Prague Rioting Breaks Czechs and Other National- ities Fight in Attempt to Get Out of New Nazi Pro teciorute Nation, Reported T tsrned Back Al The Border ii * Gestapo Sweeps Down On Ho-jies in Same Manner Used in Austria, Germany PRAGUE, March 17 (UP)— Riots have occurred at numerous frontier points as Cochs and others j sought to escape the new German Nazi regime, it was reported to- day. All means of escape were closed and it was understood that, persor# who sought to cross the frontier had been turned back by German Nazi and military guards, ' Agents of the secret police, the dread gestapo, swept down on houses all over Prague in raids such as those Germany, Austria , and Sudetenland in turn had ex- ' perienced, and persons regarded as "enemies'of the regime" had th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 March 1939

mhksE JK THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1980 Telephone No. #00 Office of Publication 607 West Main ! THE DENgOH TVm ratflXtT VLAStMC It IM Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedioated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic intejjrity; to individual and civic commercial progress. Acceptance for mailing ss second-class matter authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week - 10c One Month 85c Three Months (In advance) 90c Six Months (in advance) _— ...— $1.76 One Year (in advance) — $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) $1.25 One Year by Mai (in advance) — .... $2.00 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in their own name and up on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. wi. be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 March 1939

#*ft>AY, lf/ltfM jroa,D|PTffCffl *MSL PAGE THRKB I % DENISON 62-50-35 w YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY •- • March 17, 1877 J. Ha'inmond, better known aa "Fakir .Joe," was arrested Wednes- day night by Captain Patrick and was identified as the party who robbed a stranger at the depot Inst Thursday night, mention of which was made in this column last week. Deputy Sheriff Douglass took t*ic prisoner to Sherman on the morn- ing train Thursday. The grand jury found a true bill against him and he was lodged in jail. This was quick work and the officers deserve credit for such punctual performance of their duty. The '^Vprisoner is a brother of one of the /men who stole E. Atchison's horses a short time ago and was put in the same cell with him. Neither of them appeared to be much sur- prised at meeting each other in such a place and nobody will be surprised if they meet in Hutits- ville, shortly after the March tei'm of court. The stranger who was robbed was a railroad man and : i em- ployee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 17 March 1939

VBSDAY t a 0 1 i SOCIETY NOTES yiwu Vo*r HodMJ N«wm to FfcOM >00 Hmm DR. GUTZKE SPEAKS TO P. T. A. ON NEW STANDARDS IN HOME At the regular meeting of tfle Denison High Schaol Parent Teachers Association held Tnurs- day afternoon in the school li- brary, Dr. Manfred G. Gutzke, theoi/c^rical p:ofessor at Austin qollege gave an address. Jack Lit- tle, senior dec.airaer, g te hi> winning declamation. New officers to serve the organization next year were elected; and delegates to the second district annual con ference of the P. T. A. to be held in Sherman next week, wp.ie named. Dr. Gutzke Speaks "New Standards in the Home," was the subject of the splendid address given by Dr. Gutzke, who explained that new standards were not being used because the ol standards iof training were a fail- ure, but in view of the radical change in the times, when a greater freedom exists, the meth- cds of imposing those standards are inadequate. He defined the h/oine as an edu rational agency in prepa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 March 1939

VI pie Ird let \ y .• .*■ ?■ ■|i1'1" ■ WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy today, somewhat warmer Sunday THE DENISON PRESS DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, Mar. 18, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1980—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 217 U. S. "Short of War" Challenge To DELADIER GETS DICTATOR POWER PARIS, March 18 (UP)—The able him to deal with German ex- finance committee of the Chamber pansion in Central Europe. The of Deputies Saturday approved a vote was 26 to 17. bill to grant special powers to Premier Edouard Daladier to en- Everyday DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON -• The measure was presented to the Chamber by the premier late Friday. It would give Daladier virtual dictatorial powers, includ- ing ?hose of mobilization and other I measures necessary to meet the Nazi threat. Passage was expected No fooling if two more Grayson Countries Taken Over By Marchof Nazi Placed On Black List; Outlook Bad WASHINGTON, March 18 (UP) between Washington and Ber...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 March 1939

THE DKNBSON SATtnla&At, jfffo It, 1939 SATO DENISON PRESS EaUblUhed in 19S0 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic integrity; to individual and •Iric commercial progrew. Acceptance for mailing as secopd-clajta authorized. matter BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Presa will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. " ^SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week l'"* One Month Sue Three Months (In advance) 90c Si* Months (in advance! —........ $1.75 One Year (in advance) $3-50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) ..— $1.25 One Year by Ma.l (in advance) $2.00 OH A EGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 1" per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. wi. be published the same (lay. CANCELLATIONS must ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 March 1939

SATURDAY, Mfcr IS, 1939 mr. DENISON PBBP -A r.:' iisp pp ic^' &My&3E S«i PAGE 7HBEE ■ "'fei:' ; Rulty Trutftrt J ^ Frank Murphy et al to Bert F. ] lAllen, part of block 32, Laid Grant Railway and Trust com- pany lands, $1,400, March 6. 1939. John F. Landers et ux to Aug- ust Carl Hubert et ux, lot 12 an.1 weft half of lot 13, block 12, Mil- ler's first addition to Dc-nisioti, $500 :i WHAT OTHER EDS ARE THINKING to. m Interesting Bits \bout Our Friends fr<jfm Saturday afternoon until Monday morning. They wot out the hams, pickled goods and can- ned stuff. Hot biscuta and corn bread, apple eider and sorghum. Everybody lived at home and there were no paper sacks to Alice Faye and Constance Bennett are shown above in a scene from "Tailspin," feature at the Rialto theatre Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. GETTING WILD The Examiner said the sales _ other considerations,^^ was <m its, way. Looks to us Feb. 28, 1939. I ]ike it has arrived, all but the Denison Federal Savings and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 March 1939

m f kl - ■ m TP PWBW HM SATURDAY, Air, 18,, SOCIETY NOTES PhMM Your Ooemy Nrnwm to Phono 100 Pieaao Spring Luncheon For Garden Club Wednesday Mar. 22 Guest Speaker First Baptist Sunday Evening- Miss Mary B. Ervin, of Xenia, Ohio, Field secretary for the Na- Mionday, March 13, was ths tenth birthday anniversary of thj Denison Garden Club, and to com- memorate this important evei.t, tjonai Christian Temperance Un- chib members are entertaining at the Hiotel Denison, next Wednes- day, March 22, with a lovely tpring luncheon at one o'clock. Mrs. J. E. Meador, president of the club, 'Mrs. George Morgan, president emeritus and Mrs. E. L. Hailey, president-elect, will share the honors of popularity at the party. Other officers of the club in- clude the vice presidents, Mrs. I. E. Miller and Mrs. E. F. .Smith, recording secretary, Mrs. Loo Shorb; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Verne Murray, treasurer Miss Connie Tucker, and reporter Miss Genevieve Sweeney. 1 The newly elected third vice pres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 March 1939

mm WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy, cooler today and Tuesdny ME THE DENISON PRESS I DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 35 cents Per Month MBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, MAR 20, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930--DAILY 1934 VOL 5-NO. 218 Leaders ;ree To Sum Cut Agi '4 Democratic Commiiiecmen fvJay Whack Kooicveit'i i50 Millions a Third; 400, fOO Cut Off WPA Rolls Economy Bloc Leads In Move NAMED JUSTICE Harrington and Other WPA Executives To Go Under Examination of Committee WASHINGTON March 20 (UP) —Five of the eight democratic members of the house appropria- tions subcommittee have agreed tentatively to cut President Roose- velt's request for $150,000,000 ad- ditional relief funds to $100,000,- 000, it was learned today. This rebuff to the president was agreed upon at a secret confer- ence of the five members over the weekend. Their decision will be communicated to Speaker Wil- liam B. Bankhead and House Ma- jority Leader S'am Rayburn (D.- Tex.) early today so that Mr, Roosevel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 March 1939

**tp Vvr if THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1980 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication 607 West Main (UNION Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic intet> ty; to individual and civic commercial progress. Acceptance for mailing a.< second-ola^s matter authorized. ' BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be gi""n advertisers desiring blind addresses. __ SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week — One Month — Three Months (In advance) Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in mavance) One Year by Mail (in advance) ... 10'' .... 35.' .... 90c $1.76 $3.50 $1.26 $2.00 Oil \RGE ACCOUNTS ars acceptable from persons having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 1 oer cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from data of fort insertion. CLOSINGIhOUE: Copy received by 9 a. m. wi:> be published the same d jr. CANCEELATIONS must be rece...

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